Entertainment News

Sade Okoya jubilates as daughter becomes head girl of the most expensive school in Nigeria (photos)

Sade Okoya, wife of billionaire Rasaq Okoya, has thrown an intimate party to celebrate her daughter’s recent win as the Head girl for the year 2020/2021 session in CIS, Children International School, Lekki, Lagos.

Gushing about her 15 year old daughter’s big win and in house intimate celebration, Sade Okoya wrote “Congratulations my dear, Oyinlola. This is a proud moment for you, for me, and the entire family! Please join me in congratulating my dear daughter who is the new CIS Head Girl 2020/2021! We are all so proud of you, Oyinlola

Kemi Filani News reports that CIS, a privately owned school is reputed to be the most expensive school in Lagos state and in Nigeria.

 The school is neatly tucked on Funke Zainab Usman Street, Lekki, Lagos. CIS is certainly not meant for the average income earner as it charges tuition fees in tunes of millions.

The school comprises of pre school, nursery, primary and secondary with over 25 countries represented in the school population but the largest majority of pupils are Nigerians. The school follows a national curriculum of England, while children in the early years follow the national curriculum of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

Just so you know, for pupils admitted into pre school at CIS, parents pay N6.5 million per annum. Pupils of nursery and reception pay N6.7 million per annum, primary 1-6 pay N7.5 million per annum.

The secondary school day students parents cough out N7.4 million while parents of boarding house students pay N9.9 million.



  1. okoro

    July 13, 2020 at 2:22 am

    Money good abeg

  2. Gimp Ihit

    August 14, 2020 at 6:50 am

    There are lot of misinformation here. I am a parent at Children International School and I can say it is not the most expensive school and the fees quoted are not true. News should enrich and educate the public and not to mislead them. This is a complete misleading write up.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

To Top